Full-service flights to Hong Kong from $531 return
Get ready for some shopping, food and more shopping.
The compact metropolis of Hong Kong is an explosion of shopping opportunities and foodie experiences and we've got some flights from five Aussie cities to help you get there on the cheap.Fares start from $531 return when departing from Melbourne, with tickets from other major cities not too far behind. Fly in from Sydney or Brisbane and you'll pay as little as $587 return, fly in from Adelaide to snap up $563 return fares or take off from Perth for $577 return.
Most fares are for travel between April and June with a few dates in August.
Flights are with Qantas if you’re flying from Sydney, Melbourne or Brisbane and are direct to and from Hong Kong.
Flights from Perth are with Singapore Airlines and involve short layovers in Singapore and flights from Adelaide are with Hong Kong Airlines and include a short stop over in Melbourne.
Qantas, Singapore Airlines and Hong Kong Airlines are all full-service carriers so your checked bags and in-flight meals are included.
Flights are available until sold out.
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How good are these fares?
The not-so-good news is that you can expect high humidity which can make outdoor sightseeing unpleasant.
Price-wise at least, you’re getting a pretty good deal as recent sales have started at $558 return for similar dates.
Flights to Hong Kong on sale:
|Melbourne||Hong Kong||$531||May-June||Take off to Hong Kong|
|Sydney||Hong Kong||$587||April-May||Take off to Hong Kong|
|Brisbane||Hong Kong||$587||April-June||Take off to Hong Kong|
|Adelaide||Hong Kong||$563||May-June||Take off to Hong Kong|
|Perth||Hong Kong||$577||April-August||Take off to Hong Kong|
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